QPAD MK-50

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QPAD MK-50 Review
Unlike your average keyboard, that functions through rubber domes, forcing you to press each key all the way down in order for the stroke to register, the MK-50 feature true mechanical switches with unmatched accuracy and feel. No more pressing with full-force in order to activate the keys.The QPAD keyboard will respond to your every stroke in an instant.

Other boards normally have a short life span and wear out quickly, resulting in unresponsiveness, delays and a dull, clunky feel to the keys. The key switches on MK-50 are built to last 50 million strokes, and the QPAD mechanical key technology provides distinct feedback and puts you in absolute control. The travel distance of the keys is set to 4mm with an actuation point at 2mm.

For gamers, it’s all about the feel and functionallity and that is where the QPAD MK-50 truly shines! With a full size keyboard layout in 3 sections, mechanical key switches, media keys and full N-Key roll over, it’s the perfect gaming keyboard. Nuff said...

A stripped down version of the MK-85, the QPAD MK-50 offers the same rock-solid quality and feel, as its bigger sibling, but without the extras. What you see is what you get, namely:

• Full N-Key roll over with PS/2
• Cherry MX Red mechanical switch technology
• Ultra-durable keys, designed to last 50 million strokes
• Gold plated USB connectors for extremely low latency
• Media keys for volume control, play, pause and skip tracks

QPAD MK-50 Technical Specifications

Keyboard Dimensions
Width 448mm
Height 149mm
Depth 35mm
Weight 1200g
Cable 1.8m
Wireless Wired
Battery Type -
Battery Life -
Macro Keys -
Profiles -
USB Hub -
Memory -
Keyboard Features
Audio Out -
Mic In -
AntiGhosting -
MultiMedia Keys Yes
Ingame Macro Rec -
Mechanical Keys Yes
Backlight -
Touchpad -
LCD Info Screen -
Solar Panel -
Ergonomic -
Game Mode -
Avg. User Score
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